Thursday, May 30, 2013


"That resound with hysterical cries;
With the moans of invisible daemons, that out of the green waters rise."
H.P. Lovecraft, Nemesis

"It was in vain that I begged of some of the men to come near and convince themselves by touch of the existence in that room of a living being which was invisible."

"As well as we could make out by passing our hands over the creature’s form, its outlines and lineaments were human.  There was a mouth; a round, smooth head without hair; a nose, which, however, was little elevated above the cheeks;"

"It was shaped like a man—­distorted, uncouth, and horrible, but still a man.  It was small, not over four feet and some inches in height, and its limbs revealed a muscular development that was unparalleled.  Its face surpassed in hideousness anything I had ever seen.  Gustav Dore, or Callot, or Tony Johannot, never conceived anything so horrible.  There is a face in one of the latter’s illustrations to Un Voyage ou il vous plaira, which somewhat approaches the countenance of this creature, but does not equal it.  It was the physiognomy of what I should fancy a ghoul might be.  It looked as if it was capable of feeding on human flesh."
Fitz-James O'Brien, What Was It?


  1. Wow, i can barely see his lower part. Good job, though. keep up the good work

  2. We hope that your hand injury is healing well good Sir... and as always Love your Artwork....!!!!